Current Employment Position(s)
Mr. Slager practices personal injury and wrongful death litigation at the firm, representing his clients against negligent parties and their insurance companies. He received his undergraduate degree from Calvin College. As a law student at Michigan State University College of Law, he competed for his law school's Niagara Moot Court team and was a member of the Journal of Business and Securities Law.
Today, Mr. Slager advocates for injured people. He enjoys getting to know each client and guiding them through the litigation process. Mr. Slager stays informed of developments in Michigan injury and insurance law, and employs the law for his clients' benefit in writing and argument.
He represents clients in state and federal courts throughout Michigan. Mr. Slager has participated in successful jury trial trials and many successful appeals, appearing before the Michigan Court of Appeals and the Michigan Supreme Court.
Areas of Practice
- Personal Injury and Wrongful Death
- Michigan No Fault Law
- Auto Negligence
West Practice Categories
Insurance, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death
- Michigan, 2009
- U.S. District Court Eastern District of Michigan, 2009
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Michigan Association for Justice (Member)
- Michigan State University College of Law, East Lansing, Michigan
Honors: Jurisprudence Award in Civil Trial Advocacy I.
- Calvin College
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
Definitely did all he could do to get a positive result. I was extremely pleased with him. I would highly recommend Drew Slager.
I highly recommend Drew Slager to anyone seeking a Plaintiff's attorney. My family's vehicle was struck by a speeding drunk driver. My teenage son was driving. Because he was turning left, the police stated my son was automatically at fault. Not only was the other driver speeding/drunk, but he wore roller blades while driving. My son and I were shocked that he could be at fault, given the other driver's recklessness. The accident had huge implications: 1. My son's new vehicle was totaled. We had a limited collision policy, so our insurance refused to pay for the car based on the police report assigning fault to my son. 2. Once I informed the bank of the accident, they told me that with no insurance recovery, it would be an unsecured loan and result in repossession unless I paid off the car immediately. 3. A couple days later I began having neck/shoulder pain. I was a single parent, law student, and was due to start a new job soon. The pain interfered with all of these things. Also, the situation was incredibly stressful. I knew I needed an attorney to provide sound legal advice. After 2 bad experiences with other firms, I found Mancini, Schreuder, Kline. I met with Drew and Ellen. They were very sympathetic. They uncovered issues I hadn't thought about by asking the right questions. They got started on my case right away. Drew handled most of the events associated with my case. Whenever I emailed/called with a question, he replied within 24 hours. And I knew he was busy because I would frequently see him in court when I was there observing as a law student or running errands as a litigation extern. I also observed him successfully argue a motion. He came to court very prepared. Drew advised me on handling the bank, the insurance company, settlement negotiations, no-fault benefits, and any other questions I had. We ultimately settled out of court and I was able to avoid further stress of a trial. My credit remained intact. I am very pleased with his work!
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